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Table 1:

Deep imaging surveys of young (<100 Myr), nearby (<100 pc) stars dedicated to the search for planetary mass companions and published in the literature.
Tel/Instr. Mode FoV # Mass Ref.
  & Filter (arcsec)   ( $M_{\rm {Jup}}$)  
3.6 m/ADONIS CI, H-K $13\times13$ 29 5 (1)
NTT/Sharp Sat-DI, K $11\times11$ 23 5 (2)
NTT/Sofi Sat-DI, H $13\times13$ 10 5 (2)
HST/NICMOS DI, H $19\times19$ 45 1 (3)
VLT/NaCo Sat-DI, H-K $14\times14$ 28 5 (4)
VLT/NaCo SDI, H $5\times5$ 45 1 (5)
VLT/NaCo DI, L' $28\times28$ 22 1 (6)
Gemini/NIRI ADI, H $22\times22$ 85* 1 (7)

- References: (1) Chauvin et al. (2003), (2) Neuhäuser et al. (2003), (3) Lowrance et al. (2005), (4) Masciadri et al. (2005), (5) Biller et al. (2007), (6) Kasper et al. (2007), (7) Lafrenière et al. (2007).

- (*): For the Gemini/NIRI survey, half stars have age estimates younger than 200 Myr (see Fig. 1, Lafrenière et al. 2007).


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